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Safety Instructions • English WARNING: This symbol, , when used on the product, is intended to alert the user of the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the product’s enclosure that may present a risk of electric shock. ATTENTION: This symbol, , when used on the product, is intended to alert the user of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature provided with the equipment. For information on safety guidelines, regulatory compliances, EMI/EMF compatibility, accessibility, and related topics, see the Extron Safety and Regulatory Compliance Guide, part number 68-290-01, on the Extron website, extron.com. Sicherheitsanweisungen • Deutsch WARNUNG: Dieses Symbol auf dem Produkt soll den Benutzer darauf aufmerksam machen, dass im Inneren des Gehäuses dieses Produktes gefährliche Spannungen herrschen, die nicht isoliert sind und die einen elektrischen Schlag verursachen können. 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Para obtener información sobre directrices de seguridad, cumplimiento de normativas, compatibilidad electromagnética, accesibilidad y temas relacionados, consulte la Guía de cumplimiento de normativas y seguridad de Extron, referencia 68-290-01, en el sitio Web de Extron, extron.com. Instructions de sécurité • Français AVERTISSEMENT : Ce pictogramme, , lorsqu’il est utilisé sur le produit, signale à l’utilisateur la présence à l’intérieur du boîtier du produit d’une tension électrique dangereuse susceptible de provoquer un choc électrique. ATTENTION : Ce pictogramme, , lorsqu’il est utilisé sur le produit, signale à l’utilisateur des instructions d’utilisation ou de maintenance importantes qui se trouvent dans la documentation fournie avec le matériel. 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Per informazioni su parametri di sicurezza, conformità alle normative, compatibilità EMI/EMF, accessibilità e argomenti simili, fare riferimento alla Guida alla conformità normativa e di sicurezza di Extron, cod. articolo 68-290-01, sul sito web di Extron, extron.com. Instrukcje bezpieczeństwa • Polska OSTRZEŻENIE: Ten symbol, , gdy używany na produkt, ma na celu poinformować użytkownika o obecności izolowanego i niebezpiecznego napięcia wewnątrz obudowy produktu, który może stanowić zagrożenie porażenia prądem elektrycznym. UWAGI: Ten symbol, , gdy używany na produkt, jest przeznaczony do ostrzegania użytkownika ważne operacyjne oraz instrukcje konserwacji (obsługi) w literaturze, wyposażone w sprzęt. Informacji na temat wytycznych w sprawie bezpieczeństwa, regulacji wzajemnej zgodności, zgodność EMI/EMF, dostępności i Tematy pokrewne, zobacz Extron bezpieczeństwa i regulacyjnego zgodności przewodnik, część numer 68-290-01, na stronie internetowej Extron, extron.com. 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The following registered trademarks®, registered service marks(SM), and trademarks(TM) are the property of RGB Systems, Inc. or Extron (see the current list of trademarks on the Terms of Use page at extron.com): Registered Trademarks (®) Cable Cubby, ControlScript, CrossPoint, DTP, eBUS, EDID Manager, EDID Minder, eLink, Extron, Flat Field, FlexOS, Glitch Free, Global Configurator, Global Scripter, GlobalViewer, Hideaway, HyperLane, IP Intercom, IP Link, Key Minder, LinkLicense, LockIt, MediaLink, MediaPort, NAV, NetPA, PlenumVault, PoleVault, PowerCage, PURE3, Quantum, ShareLink, Show Me, StudioStation, SoundField, SpeedMount, SpeedSwitch, System INTEGRATOR, TeamWork, TouchLink, VideoLounge, V-Lock, VN-Matrix, VoiceLift, WallVault, WindoWall, XPA, XTP, XTP Systems, and ZipClip. 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The Class A limits provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause interference. This interference must be corrected at the expense of the user. NOTE: For more information on safety guidelines, regulatory compliances, EMI/EMF compatibility, accessibility, and related topics, see the Extron Safety and Regulatory Compliance Guide on the Extron website. Battery Notice This product contains a battery. Do not open the unit to replace the battery. If the battery needs replacing, return the entire unit to Extron (for the correct address, see the Extron Warranty section on the last page of this guide). CAUTION: Risk of Explosion if Battery is replaced by an Incorrect Type. Dispose of Used Batteries According to the Instructions. ATTENTION : Risque d’explosion. Ne pas remplacer la pile par le mauvais type de pile. Débarrassez-vous des piles utilisées selon le mode d’emploi. Conventions Used in this Guide In this user guide, the following are used: Notifications WARNING: Potential risk of severe injury or death. AVERTISSEMENT : Risque potentiel de blessure grave ou de mort. CAUTION: Risk of minor personal injury. ATTENTION : Risque de blessure mineure. ATTENTION: • Risk of property damage. • Risque de dommages matériels. NOTE: A note draws attention to important information. Software Commands Commands are written in the fonts shown here: NOTE: For commands and examples of computer or device responses mentioned in this guide, the character “0” is used for the number zero and “O” represents the capital letter “o”. Computer responses and directory paths that do not have variables are written in the font shown here: C:\Program Files\Extron Variables are written in slanted form as shown here: ping xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx —t SOH R Data STX Command ETB ETX Selectable items, such as menu names, menu options, buttons, tabs, and field names are written in the font shown here: From the File menu, select New. Click the OK button. Specifications Availability Product specifications are available on the Extron website, extron.com. Extron Glossary of Terms A glossary of terms is available at extron.com/technology/glossary.aspx.

Contents Introduction .............................................1 About the TLI Pro 201 ..........................................1 Features ...............................................................1 Application Diagram .............................................2 Installation Overview .....................................3 Panel Features ............................................... 5 TLI Pro 201 Rear Panel Features and Connections .................................................5 Connecting Power ...........................................7 TLI Pro 201 Front Panel Features .......................10 On-screen Menus ........................................ 11 Setup Menu .......................................................11 Status ............................................................11 Network .........................................................12 Output ...........................................................14 Audio .............................................................16 Input ..............................................................17 Advanced ......................................................19 Calibration Screen ..............................................20 Configuration Software ...............................22 Configuration Software .......................................22 Downloading Software .......................................22 Using the Software .............................................24 TLI Pro 201 Web Page .......................................25 Updating the Firmware .......................................26 Downloading Firmware ...................................26 Annotation ....................................................28 Annotation Overview ..........................................28 Local Annotation ............................................28 Remote Annotation ........................................28 Differences between TLI Pro 201 Local and Remote Annotation ....................................29 Mounting ...................................................... 30 Wall Mounting ....................................................30 Rack Mounting ...................................................30 Underwriters Laboratories Guidelines for Rack Mounting ........................................30 Other Mounting Options .....................................30 Reference Material ...................................... 31 Network Port Requirements and Licensed Third-Party Software .........................................31 Reset Modes......................................................31 Use Factory Firmware ....................................32 Reset All IP Settings .......................................32 Reset to Factory Defaults ...............................33 Enable or Disable the DHCP Client .................33 Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) Certificates .............34 IEEE 802.1X Certificates .....................................34 Certificate File Requirements ..........................35 Private Key File Requirements ........................35 TLI Pro 201 • Contents vii

TLI Pro 201 • Contents viii Introduction This guide describes the function, installation, and operation of the TLI Pro 201. Unless otherwise stated, the terms “interface” and “TouchLink Pro interface” also refer to this model. This section provides an overview of the TLI Pro 201: • About the TLI Pro 201 • Features • Application Diagram About the TLI Pro 201 The Extron TLI Pro 201 is a TouchLink Interface that allows a third-party 4K touchscreen display to be used as a point of control within an Extron Pro Series control system. The interface includes a scaled HDCP 2.3-compliant HDMI input for video preview, supporting resolutions up to 4K @ 30 Hz. The scaled output supports signal resolutions up to 4K @ 30 Hz at 4:4:4. The TLI Pro 201 has built in annotation features, allowing a presenter to draw and point on 4K video or computer sources using a third-party touchscreen display or a mouse. Features • Compatible with third-party touchscreen displays — Up to 4K @ 30 Hz at 4:4:4 • Compatible with all IP Link Pro control processors and HC 400 Series Meeting Space Collaboration Systems • HDCP 2.3-compliant HDMI Input — For full-motion video preview and monitoring • One high speed USB 2.0 port — For third-party touch displays or HID support • PoE+ compatible — Product is powered directly by a PoE+ switch or injector, eliminating the need for bulky local power supplies. • Built in annotation features — Allows a presenter to draw and point on 4K video or computer sources using a third-party touch display or a mouse. • User Interface and Annotation Toolbar are created and customized using GUI Designer — Basic annotation tools are available for drawing freehand, highlighting an area of an image, or pointing to an object on-screen. Customization options include adding a drop shadow, point size and color. • Can be used in conjunction with Extron Annotator 300 — For advanced annotation capabilities • Supports remote annotation — When more than one TLI Pro 201 or an Annotator 300 is used in the same system • Ability to annotate on one TLI Pro 201 to multiple touch displays with attached Extron annotation products • Fully customizable using Extron control system software — GUI Designer combined with Global Configurator Plus, Global Configurator Professional, or Global Scripter. TLI Pro 201 • Introduction 1 • Uses the same HID device drivers as the Annotator 300 and TLI Pro 101 • Advanced Extron video signal processing with a high-performance scaling engine • Automatic clock synchronization — Allows touchpanel to display the accurate time and date • Adjustable sleep timer puts interface into sleep mode • Compact 1 inch (25 mm) high, half rack width metal enclosure low profile enclosure — Allows discreet installation within a lectern or behind a flat panel display Application Diagram HDMI Extron DA2 HD 4K Plus Distribution Amplifier Laptop Flat Panel Display Extron TLI Pro 201 4K TouchLink Interface RS-232 AV LAN INPUT OUTPUT DEVICE LAN/PoE+ USB LAN HDMI HDMI HDMI RS-232 MODEL 80 FLAT PANEL Figure 1. TLI Pro 201 Application Diagram TLI Pro 201 • Introduction 2 POWER 12V --A MAX REMOTE 1 2 INPUT OUTPUTS RS-232 Tx Rx G Ethernet/PoE+ 4K 3rd Party Touchscreen en n Science Building Science Building Ethernet Ethernet Ethernet Extron IPCP Pro 255Q xi IP Link Pro Quad Core Control Processor POWER 12V 1.0A MAX COM 1 COM 2 Tx Rx G RTS CTS Tx Rx G VOL RELAYS V C G 1 2 C DIGITAL I/O 1 2 3 4 G eBUS +V +S -S G PWR OUT = 6W LANIR/S AV LAN GS Installation Overview1. Before starting, download and install the latest versions of the following software: □ Toolbelt — Provides device discovery, device information, firmware updates, and configuration of network settings, system utilities, and user management for TouchLink Pro interfaces. □ Global Configurator Professional and Global Configurator Plus — For setting up and configuring the control processor, interface, and third-party touchpanel. □ GUI Designer — For designing layouts for Extron TouchLink Pro interfaces and third-party touch interfaces. □ Global Scripter — Provides an integrated development environment for Extron control systems programming. See Configuration Software on page 22. 2. Obtain the following network information from your network administrator: □ DHCP setting (On or Off). If the DHCP setting is off, you also need: □ Interface IP address □ Subnet mask □ Gateway IP address □ Usernames — By default these are either admin or user. □ Passwords — The factory configured passwords for all accounts on this device have been set to the device serial number. Passwords can be changed during configuration. They are case sensitive. NOTE: If the device is reset to default settings, the passwords are reset to the default password, which are extron (for either admin or user). □ MAC address — Make a note of the interface MAC address. 3. Mount the TLI Pro 201 in a standard rack, or use an under-table mounting kit (see Mounting on page 30). To mount the third-party touch display follow the instructions provided by the manufacturer. 4. Connect cables to the TLI Pro 201 (see TLI Pro 201 Rear Panel Features and Connections on page 5). □ Connect an HDMI source to the HDMI input of the TLI Pro 201 (figure 2, A, on page 5) . □ Connect the HDMI output from the TLI Pro 201 (B) to the third-party touch display. □ Connect the USB port from the TLI Pro 201 (C) to the third-party touch display. NOTE: The USB connection passes information to the TLI Pro 201 about where on the screen the touch display was pressed. If you are using a non-touch display, connect a USB mouse to the USB port on the TLI Pro 201 and use the mouse to click on screen buttons. TLI Pro 201 • Installation Overview 3 5. Connect the Ethernet cable. The TLI Pro 201 must be powered by PoE+ (see LAN/PoE+ Port on page 6). ATTENTION: • Do not connect the power supply before reading the Attention on page 8. • Veuillez lire la partie « mises en garde » page 8, avant de mettre sous tension les écrans tactiles. 6. Set up the TLI Pro 201 for network communication: □ Connect the PC that you will use for setup, the control processor, and the TLI Pro 201 to the same Ethernet subnetwork. □ Use the On-screen Menus (see page 11) or Toolbelt (see the Toolbelt Help File) to set the DHCP status and, if necessary, the IP address, subnet mask, gateway, and related settings for the interface. 7. Configure the interface The Global Configurator Professional and Global Configurator Plus Help File and the GUI Designer Help File provide step-by-step instructions and detailed information. The Global Configurator Professional and Global Configurator Plus Help File includes an introduction to the software and sections on how to start a project and configuration. Global Scripter provides an Extron-exclusive PythonTM library (ControlScript) and Global Scripter modules to get you started. See the GlobalScripter Help File for more information. TLI Pro 201 • Installation Overview 4

figure 2 HDMI Input MI Output TLI Pro 201 • Panel Features 5 Panel Features A HDMI Input — Plug the cable from the input source device into this female HDMI type A port. Use the provided LockIt HDMI lacing bracket to secure the HDMI connector (see Securing the HDMI Connector on page 9). B HDMI Output — Connect this female HDMI type A port to a third-party touch

This section describes: • TLI Pro 201 Rear Panel Features and Connections • TLI Pro 201 Front Panel Features TLI Pro 201 Rear Panel Features and Connections INPUT OUTPUT DEVICE LAN/PoE+ A B C D Figure 2. TLI Pro 201 Rear Panel A HDMI Input B HDMI Output C USB Port D LAN/PoE+ Port display. Use the provided LockIt HDMI lacing bracket to secure the HDMI connector (see Securing the HDMI Connector). See the Output Screen Resolutions table on page 6 for a full list of video output screen resolutions supported by the TLI Pro 201.

esolutions Port + Port TLI Pro 201 • Panel Features 6 TLI Pro 201 Output Screen Resolutions C USB Port (see figure 2 on page 5) — Supports High-speed USB 2.0 control. Plug a USB cable from the third-party touch display into this female type B connector. The USB connection passes information to the interface about where the touch display was pressed. To use a non-touch display, connect a mouse to this port. Use the mouse to click screen icons. D LAN/PoE+ Port — The interface is compliant with the requirements of PoE+

Resolution 23.98 Hz 24 Hz 25 Hz 29.97 Hz 30 Hz 50 Hz 59.94 Hz 60 Hz 640x480 X 800x600 X 1024x768 X 1280x768 X 1280x800 X 1280x1024 X 1360x768 X 1366x768 X 1440x900 X 1400x1050 X 1600x900 X 1680x1050 X 1600x1200 X 1920x540 X 1920x720 X 1920x1200 X 480p X X 576p X 720p X X X X X X 1080p X X X X X X X Default 2048x1080 X X X X X X X X 2048x1200 X 2048x1536 X 2560x1080 X 2560x1440 X 2560x1600 X 3440x1440 X 3840x1080 X 3840x2160 X X X X X 4096x2160 X X X X X Custom 1 Defaults to 1080p @ 60 Hz Custom 2 Defaults to 1080p @ 60 Hz Custom 3 Defaults to 1080p @ 60 Hz (IEEE 802.3at, class 4) and must be powered by PoE+ power sourcing equipment (PSE). Connect this port to either a PoE+ power injector (see Connecting Power on page 7) or a PoE+ switch. NOTE: The TLI Pro 201 does not include any PoE+ power sourcing equipment. This must be purchased separately.

figure 3 TLI Pro 201 • Panel Features 7 100-240V ~ 50-60Hz 0.4A MAX

An Extron IPL Pro control processor must also be connected to the same network domain as the TLI Pro 201. See the extron.com for a list of suggested models. The network port has two LEDs. The green Link LED lights steadily to indicate that the TLI Pro 201 is connected correctly to a network. The amber Activity LED blinks to indicate that data is being passed to or from the TLI Pro 201. Connecting Power ATTENTION: • Do not connect the power supply before reading the Attention on page 8. • Veuillez lire la partie « mises en garde » page 8, avant de mettre sous tension les écrans tactiles. Extron recommends the Extron PI 140 power injector (see figure 3). Your power injector may look different. 1. Use an Ethernet cable to connect the LAN/PoE+ port of the interface to the power output of the 802.3at, class 4 compliant PoE+ power injector. This cable carries network information from the switch or router to the power supply input. 2. Connect the network input of the power injector to a network switch or router. This cable carries the network information and power from the power supply to the interface. 3. Connect the IEC power cord to a convenient 100 VAC to 240 VAC, 50-60 Hz power source.

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To network switch To TLI Pro 201 Figure 3. Connecting the Power Injector Alternatively, use an Ethernet cable to connect the LAN/PoE+ port of the interface to a PoE+ switch.

ntion s en garde TLI Pro 201 • Panel Features 8 ATTENTION:

• The TLI Pro 201 is intended for connection to a Power over Ethernet circuit for intra-building use only and is considered to be part of a Network Environment 0 per IEC TR62101. • Le TLI Pro 201 est conçu pour une connexion à un circuit PoE pour une utilisation intérieure seulement et est considéré comme faisant partie d’un environnement réseau 0 selon la norme IEC TR62101. • Always use a power supply provided by or specified by Extron. Use of an unauthorized power supply voids all regulatory compliance certification and may cause damage to the supply and the end product. • Utilisez toujours une source d’alimentation fournie ou recommandée par Extron. L’utilisation d’une source d’alimentation non autorisée annule toute conformité réglementaire et peut endommager la source d’alimentation ainsi que le produit final. • This product is intended for use with a UL Listed power source marked “Class 2” or “LPS” and rated 48 VDC or 56 VDC (PoE), Minimum 0.8A. • Ce produit est destiné à une utilisation avec une source d’alimentation listée UL avec l’appellation « Classe 2 » ou « LPS » et normée 48 Vcc ou 56 Vcc (PoE), 0,8 A minimum. • Extron power supplies are certified to UL/CSA 60950-1 and are classified as LPS (Limited Power Source). Use of a non-LPS or unlisted power supply will void all regulatory compliance certification. • Les sources d’alimentation Extron sont qualifiées UL/CSA 60950-1 et sont classées LPS (Limited Power Source). L’utilisation d’une source d’alimentation non- listée ou non-listée LPS annulera toute certification de conformité réglementaire. • Unless otherwise stated, the AC/DC adapters are not suitable for use in air handling spaces or in wall cavities. The power supply is to be located within the same vicinity as the Extron AV processing equipment in an ordinary location, Pollution Degree 2, secured to the equipment rack within the dedicated closet, podium, or desk. • Sauf mention contraire, les adaptateurs AC/DC ne sont pas appropriés pour une utilisation dans les espaces d’aération ou dans les cavités murales. La source d’alimentation doit être située à proximité de l’équipement de traitement audiovisuel dans un endroit ordinaire, avec un degré 2 de pollution, fixé à un équipement de rack à l’intérieur d’un placard, d’une estrade, ou d’un bureau. • Power over Ethernet (PoE) is intended for indoor use only. It is to be connected only to networks or circuits that are not routed to the outside plant or building. • L’alimentation via Ethernet (PoE) est destinée à une utilisation en intérieur uniquement. Elle doit être connectée seulement à des réseaux ou des circuits qui ne sont pas routés au réseau ou au bâtiment extérieur. • The installation must always be in accordance with the applicable provisions of National Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA 70, article 725 and the Canadian Electrical Code part 1, section 16. • Cette installation doit toujours être en accord avec les mesures qui s’applique au National Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA 70, article 725, et au Canadian Electrical Code, partie 1, section 16. • The power supply shall not be permanently fixed to the building structure or similar structure. • La source d’alimentation ne devra pas être fixée de façon permanente à une structure de bâtiment ou à une structure similaire. Securing the HDMI Connector Use a HDMI cable to connect the HDMI input or output to the female HDMI ports on the front panel of the interface (figure 2, A or B, on page 5). Use the provided LockIt HDMI lacing bracket to secure the HDMI connector: 1. Plug the HDMI cable into the panel connection. 2. Loosen the HDMI connection mounting screw from the panel enough to allow the LockIt lacing bracket to be placed over it. The screw does not have to be removed. 3. Place the LockIt lacing bracket on the screw and against the HDMI connector, then tighten the screw to secure the bracket. ATTENTION: • Do not overtighten the HDMI connection mounting screw. The shield it fastens to is very thin and can easily be stripped. • Ne serrez pas trop la vis de montage du connecteur HDMI. Le blindage auquel elle est attachée est très fin et peut facilement être dénudé. 31 2 345 Figure 4. Securing the HDMI Connector 4. Loosely place the included tie wrap around the HDMI connector and the LockIt lacing bracket as shown. 5. While holding the connector securely against the lacing bracket, tighten the tie wrap, then remove any excess length. TLI Pro 201 • Panel Features 9 figure 5 TLI Pro 201 • Panel Features 10 TLI Pro 201 Front Panel Features INPUT OUTPUT R MENU SIGNAL HDCP TLI Pro 201 ABC D Figure 5. TLI Pro 201 Plus Front Panel A Power LED — Indicates the power status and the reset status of the unit. B Reset button (recessed) — Allows the unit to be reset in any of three different modes. It also allows the user to toggle between enabling and disabling the DHCP client (see Reset Modes on page 31). C Menu button (recessed) — Opens the Setup Menu (see the next page) and Calibration Screen (see page 20) for the interface: Setup Menu 1. Press the button briefly (less than 3 seconds) to open the internal menu screens. 2. Press the button briefly for a second time to exit the setup menu. Calibration Screen 1. Press and hold the button (3 seconds or more) to open the Calibration screen. 2. Follow the on-screen instructions to calibrate the touchpanel. 3. Complete the calibration process or press the button briefly (less than 2 seconds) for a second time to exit the Calibration screen. D Status LEDs — • The Signal LEDs light green when a video signal is detected and are unlit when no signal is detected. • The HDCP LEDs light green when HDCP content is detected and are unlit when HDCP content is not detected. On-screen Menus On-screen menus allow initial configuration of the TLI Pro 201. • Setup Menu • Calibration Screen Setup Menu Press the recessed front-panel Menu button (see figure 5, B, on page 10) to access the on-screen setup menu. 1. Press the button briefly (less than 3 seconds) to open the setup menu. 2. Press the button briefly a second time to exit the setup menu. The menu opens at the Status screen. There are six different screens: • Status • Audio • Network • Input • Output • Advanced The screens are selected by pressing the appropriate button in the navigation panel at the top of the screen. Buttons that have been selected turn yellow. All other buttons are black. This is true of both the buttons in the navigation panel and buttons on the various screens. There is also a red Exit button in the top right corner of the screen. Pressing this button applies and saves any changes and closes the menu screens. Status Status Network Output Audio Input Advanced Exit Info Network IP Address: Model: TLI Pro 201 DHCP: Part Number: 60-1669-01 Host Name: Firmware Version: 1.00 Advanced Controller IP: 192.168.254.250 Project Size: N/A Output 192.168.254.251 TLI Output: GUI Project: TLI-AB-CD-EF Sleep Timer: 1080p @ 60Hz Off 1080p @ 60Hz 5 Minutes Audio Master Volume: Master Mute: Off Bootloader Input Version: 1.00 99 HDMI: No Signal PoE Status: Active Figure 6. Status Screen This is a read-only screen. The Info panel provides basic information about the interface. Each of the other five panels summarizes information from the other screens. Pressing any of the panels opens the corresponding screen in exactly the same way as pressing the buttons in the top navigation panel. When there is a network connection, a green bubble shows in the Network panel. A red square shows if there is no connection. When a control processor is connected, a green bubble shows in the Advanced panel. A red square shows if none is connected. TLI Pro 201 • On-screen Menus 11 Network Verify with your network administrator whether the IP address for the TLI is assigned by Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) or set manually. If they are set manually, you need to obtain an IP Address, a Subnet Mask, a Gateway Address, and a Domain Name Server (DNS) IP address from the network administrator. Status Network Output Audio Input Advanced Exit DHCP On Off Host Name: XYZ-123-AB-CD-EF 192.168.254.253 IP Address: 192.168.254.254 Subnet Mask: 255.255.0.0 Gateway: 0.0.0.0 DNS Primary: Domain Name: abcdefghijklmnop... Mac Address: xx-xx-xx-xx-xx-xx Revert Apply Figure 7. Network Screen 1. If the IP address is to be assigned by DHCP, press On. If the IP address is to be assigned manually, press Off. • When DHCP is off, the Host Name is grayed out and cannot be edited. All addresses can be edited (as shown in figure 9 on page 13). • When DHCP is on, the Host Name can be edited. The addresses are grayed out and cannot be edited because they are set by the DHCP server. 2. If DHCP is on, press the Host Name button to edit the host name. The Host Name dialog box opens: Figure 8. Host Name Dialog Box Use the keypad to enter a new name, which appears in the Host Name text box. TLI Pro 201 • On-screen Menus 12 figure 9 4. If you have changed any of the values in the Network screen, the background color of the address button changes to blue (see figure 10). 5. Press Apply to apply the new values or press Revert to return to the previous values without saving the changes. The address button returns to gray. If you have not made any changes, the Apply and Revert buttons are grayed out and do not function. 3. If DHCP is off, set the unit IP Address, Subnet Mask, Gateway address, and DNS Primary address. a. Press the button for the address to be edited. A dialog box opens, showing the address and a numerical keypad. IP Address 192 168 254 251 Back 0 Clear 12 34567 98OK Cancel Figure 9. Numeric Pad for Setting IP Addresses b. Enter the 3-digit value for that octet (leading zeroes in the octet are ignored). NOTES: • Octets can have any value between 0 and 255. • If you attempt to enter an invalid number, for example 892, you are able to enter the 89 but the 2 cannot be entered. • When a valid three-digit value is entered, the next octet is automatically selected. c. Press OK to save the changes and return to the Network screen, or press Cancel to return to the Network screen without saving the changes. 0.0.0.10 Unsaved 0.0.0.10 Saved Figure 10. IP Address, unsaved (top) and saved (bottom). TLI Pro 201 • On-screen Menus 13 Output Sets the display Resolution, Sleep Timer, and Display Timer and enables Test Patterns to be shown.Status Network Output Audio Input Advanced Exit Resolution Current Output: 1024x768 @ 60Hz Set Display Display Native 1280x1024 @ 60Hz Project Resolution 1080p @ 60Hz Show More Resolutions Sleep Timer234min.On Off Display Timer234min.On Off Test Pattern Show Figure 11. Output Screen Resolution The Resolution panel shows the current resolution of the interface output signal and offers three main options for setting the resolution of the TouchPanel display. • Click Display Native to set the resolution of the interface output to the native resolution of the display device. • Click Project Resolution to use an imported GUI Designer project to set the resolution of the TLI Pro 201. • Click Show More Resolutions to open the TLI Output Resolution and Refresh Rate dialog box for more options: TLI Output Resolution and Refresh Rate Resolution Refresh Rate (Hz) 640x480 800x600 1024x768 1280x800 1440x900 1280x1024 1600x900 1400x1050 1680x1050 480p 720p 60 Resolution List Use Show EDID All Apply Cancel Figure 12. TLI Pro 201 Output Resolution and Refresh Rate When the panel opens, by default, Use EDID is selected. The resolutions for which EDID files are available are listed on the left. When a resolution is selected, the list of refresh rates available for that resolution can be seen on the right. Click Show All to display all resolutions and all refresh rates supported by the interface (for a complete list, see Output Screen Resolutions on page 6). TLI Pro 201 • On-screen Menus 14 Sleep Timer The Sleep Timer determines how long the panel is inactive before it enters sleep mode, when the screen goes dark to save power. To deactivate the sleep timer, click Off. The controls for the Sleep Timer are grayed out. To set the sleep timer, ensure the function is activated by clicking On. Set the time (in minutes) by pressing the up and down arrows until the required time appears in the gray box. Alternatively, place your finger in the list box and slide it up to increase the time or down to decrease the time. The timer range is from 1 to 120 minutes. Display Timer The Display Timer determines how long the panel is inactive before the output sync is disconnected. To deactivate the display timer, click Off. The controls for the Display Timer are grayed out. To set the display timer, ensure the function is activated by clicking On. Set the time (in minutes) by pressing the up and down arrows until the required time appears in the gray box. Alternatively, place your finger in the list box and slide it up to increase the time or down to decrease the time. The timer range is from 1 to 120 minutes. NOTES: • When the sleep timer is used to deactivate the screen, the screen goes dark, which provides partial energy savings. The screen reactivates quickly when it is touched. • When the display timer is used to deactivate the screen, the screen switches off, which provides better energy savings but the screen takes longer to reactivate when it is touched. Test Patterns These interfaces provide eight test patterns, which can be used to calibrate the third-party touchpanel display. Click the Test Pattern Show button to open the test pattern dialog box. Color Bars Crosshatch Crosshatch 4x4 Grayscale

Ramp Alt Pixels White Field Crop When pattern is open: Swipe screen for next pattern. Tap screen to exit. Exit

Figure 13. Test Pattern Dialog Box 1. Select the test pattern you need by pressing the icon. When a test pattern is selected: • Swipe the screen from left to right to show the previous test pattern or swipe the screen from right to left to show the next test pattern. • Touch any part of the screen to return to the test pattern dialog box. 2. Click Exit to close the Test Patterns dialog and return to the Output screen. TLI Pro 201 • On-screen Menus 15 Audio Status Network Output Audio Input Advanced Exit Click 100500 Master Sound HDMI 10010010050505000 0Figure 14. Audio Screen Use the fader control to adjust the Master, Click, Sound, and HDMI audio input settings. The fader adjusts the volume setting from 0 to 100% in 1% increments. By default all faders are set to 80%. Underneath each slider control is the mute button, which toggles the volume between audio mute and the value set by the corresponding fader. When the Master volume is muted, all other settings (Click, Sound, and HDMI) are also muted. • Master volume sets the maximum volume for all the other sound volume settings. For example, if the Master volume is set to 80% (80 percent of maximum), and the Sound volume is set to 75%, the overall Sound volume is 60% of maximum (75% of 80%). • Click sets the level for audible feedback that accompanies events such as a screen button being pressed. • Sound sets the audio level from any audio file playback. • HDMI sets the HDMI audio input level. TLI Pro 201 • On-screen Menus 16 Input Status Network Output Audio Input Advanced Exit

Connected Display: Output Config: 1024x768 @ 60 Hz, HDMI, LPCM-2Ch 1080p @ 60 Hz, HDMI, LPCM-2Ch HDMI Signal: EDID: Input Status 1024x768 @ 60 Hz HDMI HDMI LPCM-2Ch LPCM-2Ch LPCM-2Ch 1080p @ 60 Hz HDMI HDMI LPCM-2Ch LPCM-2Ch LPCM-2Ch Input Configuration HDMI Fill On Edit Adjust Edit Adjust

Figure 15. Input Screen At the top of the screen the resolution and refresh rate of the the connected display and the current output configuration are shown. These are read-only. Input Status The Input Status panel is read-only and shows the native resolution and refresh rate of the input device and the currently selected EDID. Input Configuration The Input Configuration panel allow the input signal to be configured. Aspect Ratio — Allow you go toggle between Follow and Fill. • Follow maintains the aspect ratio of the input signal. • Fill stretches the image so that it fills the entire screen. HDCP Authorize — When this setting is enabled, HDCP-encrypted input signals pass to the output display. HDCP Authorize is On by default. TLI Pro 201 • On-screen Menus 17

Aspect Ratio HDCP Authorize EDID Minder EDID Minder Image Settings Image Settings Image Settings

EDID Minder — Opens the EDID Minder dialog box: EDID Minder - HDMI Match EDID to Match EDID to Resolution 1400x1050 1600x1200 1920x1200 576p 1080i Connected Display: 1080p @ 60 Hz, HDMI, LPCM-2Ch Output Config: 1080p @ 60 Hz, HDMI, LPCM-2Ch Refresh Rate (Hz) 1600x900 60 59.94 1680x1050 50302048x1080 29.97 25480p 2423.98 720p 1080p x HDMI, LPCM-2Ch Apply Cancel Figure 16. EDID Minder Dialog The dialog box allows you to: • Match the EDID to the native resolution and refresh rate of the display connected to the HDMI output. • Match the EDID to the one set in the GUI Designer project and can be altered only by changing the GUI Designer project file. • Configure your own EDID preferences: 1. Select the required resolution. A list of refresh rates available for that resolution is shown. 2. Select the required refresh rate. 3. Select or deselect the video and audio signal type checkbox. 4. Click Apply to save this EDID or click Cancel to close the dialog without changing the EDID. TLI Pro 201 • On-screen Menus 18

figure 18 TLI Pro 201 • On-screen Menus 19 Image Settings — Opens the Image Settings dialog box: No Signal Brightness 64 64 Default Contrast 64 Detail 64 Overscan 0% Exit Figure 17. Image Settings Dialog Box The panel at the top of the screen shows the current image settings. The buttons underneath allow the image to be configured: Brightness — 0 to 127 (default 64) Contrast — 0 to 127 (default 64) Detail — 0 to 127 (default 64) Overscan — Select from 0%, 2.5%, or 5% (default 0%) Press Exit to save the new settings and close the dialog box. Advanced The Advanced window provides additional information about the interface and the GUI Designer project that is uploaded to it. Status Network Output Audio Input Advanced Exit System Touchpanel Name: Controller Name: Controller IP: GUI Project TLI Pro 201 192.168.254.253 Room Name: Project2.gdl IPCP Pro 550 192.168.254.254 Resolution: 1920x1080 192.168.254.254 Creation Date: 2/25/2014 9:22:41 AM Revision Date: 2/25/2014 9:26:30 AM Global Configurator Project: Version: 0.0.0 Name: GCPro Project.gcpro Version: 0.0.2.0 Project Size: 3 MB Creation Date: 5/13/2013 9:10:39 AM Storage Size: 221 MB Revision Date: 1/10/2014 10:15:36 AM Project Usage: 1% Menu Pin On Off Change Mouse Pointer Size: Medium Large Speed: Figure 18. Advanced Screen System and GUI Project Panels (see figure 18) — These panels are read only, providing information about the system, the Global Configurator Project, and the GUI Designer Project.

Menu PIN (see figure 18 on page 19) — To prevent unauthorized access to the setup menu users can set a PIN, which is a 4-digit number. Each digit can have any value from 0-9. The PIN setup options allow you to enable, disable, or change the setup menu PIN. 1. Click On or Change to open the Enter New Menu PIN dialog box. 2. Enter a four-digit PIN. The numbers entered remain hidden (see figure 19). Enter New Menu PIN Back 21 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0Cancel Figure 19. Numeric Keypad for Setting PIN The title bar changes to Confirm New Menu PIN. 3. Enter the PIN a second time. When the PIN entered on the second occasion matches the PIN entered on the first occasion, the PIN is set and the dialog closes. Mouse Pointer (see figure 18) — This panel allows you to set the size (Medium or Large) and the speed of the mouse pointer. Calibration Screen 1. Press and hold down the recessed front-panel Menu button (see figure 5, C, on page 10) for at least 3 seconds. Touch center of crosshair to calibrate Top Left Top Bottom Bottom Right Right Left Figure 20. Calibration Screen Opens 2. The calibration screen opens to show cross-hairs in the top left corner (see figure 20). The Top Left button in the center of the screen is highlighted. TLI Pro 201 • On-screen Menus 20

3. Touch the crosshair. Once the touch is detected, a box appears around the crosshair. Touch center of crosshair to calibrate Top Left Bottom Left Figure 21. Calibration Screen: Touch Detected When the crosshair is released, the calibration process moves to the next screen. Touch center of crosshair to calibrate Top Left Top Right Bottom Right Top Bottom Bottom Right Right Left Figure 22. Calibration Screen: Calibrate the Next Ccrosshair • The top left crosshair disappears. • The top right crosshair appears. • The Top Left button is replaced by a check mark. • The Top Right button is highlighted. 4. Repeat step 3 until all four sets of cross-hairs have been calibrated (one in each corner). 5. The touchpanel exits the calibration screen once the calibration process is completed. TLI Pro 201 • On-screen Menus 21

Configuration Software This section of the user guide provides information about: • Configuration Software • Downloading Software • Using the Software • TLI Pro 201 Web Page • Updating the Firmware Configuration Software NOTES: • The TLI Pro 201 uses GUI Designer and Global Configurator Plus and Professional (GCP) to design and configure the graphical user interface. • Alternatively, the TLI Pro 201 can use Global Scripter instead of GCP to program the graphical user interface. • The TLI Pro 201 can use Toolbelt to configure network settings. • All four software products are available at extron.com (see “Downloading Software” below). Downloading Software GUI Designer, Global Configurator, Global Scripter, and Toolbelt can be downloaded from extron.com. 1. Click Download (see figure 23, 1) and then click Software (2). 1 2 Figure 23. Extron Download Page TLI Pro 201 • Configuration Software 22 1 2 3 3 4 Figure 24. Downloading Software You may see the product immediately, for example Global Configurator Plus and Professional (see figure 24, 2). You may need to use the left and right arrows (3) to scroll through all the highlighted products. 1. Click on the product name to open the product page. This provides more information about the software. 2. Click Download. 3. On the next page that opens, provide the information requested. An executable file (.exe) is placed in your default Downloads folder. 4. Run the executable file to install the software. By default, your computer creates a new folder at C:\Program Files\Extron or C:\Program Files (x86)\Extron. If the software is not shown in the top panel, you need to search, using the alphabet menu (4). 1. Click the initial letter of the product. This generates a list of software products with that initial letter. 2. Scroll through the list until you find the desired product. 3. Click Download. 4. On the next page that opens, provide the information requested. An executable file (.exe) is placed in your default Downloads folder. 5. Run the executable file to install the software. By default, your computer creates a new folder at C:\Program Files\Extron or C:\Program Files (x86)\Extron. NOTES: • The TLI Pro 201 is not compatible with GUI Configurator or Global Configurator. Ensure you are downloading GUI Designer and Global Configurator Plus and Professional. • You need an Extron Insider account to run Global Configurator Plus and Professional. To obtain one, contact the Extron Sales Department. TLI Pro 201 • Configuration Software 23 Using the Software Designing a graphical user interface (GUI) for the TouchLink panel takes two steps: 1. Design the layout of the screen text and graphics using GUI Designer. 2. Assign functions to the text and graphics using Global Configurator. GUI Designer — Use the GUI Designer software to design the screen layout for the third-party touchpanel connected to the TLI Pro 201. See the GUI Designer Help File for step-by-step instructions and more detailed information. Global Configurator — Use the Global Configurator Plus and Professional software to set up and configure the TLI Pro 201. See the Global Configurator Plus and Global Configurator Professional Help File for step-by-step instructions and more detailed information. The Global Configurator Plus and Global Configurator Professional Help File also includes an introduction to the software and sections on how to start and configure a project. Global Scripter — As an alternative to Global Configurator Plus and Professional, use the Global Scripter software to program the TLI Pro 201, using Python 3.5 with Extron Global Scripter modules (see the Global Scripter Help file for more detailed information). Toolbelt — The TLI Pro 201 can use the Toolbelt software for device discovery, device information, firmware updates, and configuration of network settings (see the Toolbelt Help file for more detailed information). TLI Pro 201 • Configuration Software 24 TLI Pro 201 Web Page To access the TLI Pro 201 default web page, enter the IP address of the unit into the web browser of a PC connected to the same subnet. The login page opens. Enter your user name and password. Figure 25. Login for TLI Pro 201 web page NOTES: • The factory configured passwords for all accounts on this device have been set to the device serial number. Passwords are case sensitive. • If the device is reset to default settings, the passwords are reset to the default password, which are extron (for either admin or user). The single page provides general and network information about the unit. It also allows you to upgrade the unit firmware and provides a link to the Pro Series Control Product Network Ports and Licenses Guide, which is available at extron.com.. Use the Setup Menu (see page 11) or Toolbelt to configure the network settings of the TLI Pro 201. Figure 26. TLI Pro 201 Web Page TLI Pro 201 • Configuration Software 25 Updating the Firmware Firmware for the TLI Pro 201 can be upgraded using Toolbelt or the TLI Pro 201 web page. Before starting, consult your IT team and ensure that the interface has a unique IP address. Downloading Firmware Firmware must be downloaded to a PC on the same network as the TLI Pro 201. 1. On the Extron Website, click Download (1). 2. Click Firmware (2). Figure 27. Firmware Download Center TLI Pro 201 • Configuration Software 26 Figure 28. Selecting Firmware to Download. 3. Click the letter T from the list of letters (1). 4. Scroll down the page until you find the firmware for the TLI Pro 201. NOTE: Your product appears in this list only if a new version of the firmware has been released since the product was was first introduced. 5. (Optional) Click Release Notes (2) for more information about the firmware. 6. Click Download (3). 7. Follow the on-screen instructions to download the program. An executable file is downloaded to the PC. 8. Go to the Downloads folder and click on the file to install the firmware on the PC. By default, it is stored at C:\\Program Files (x86)\Extron\Firmware\<product name>\<firmware version>. 9. Use Toolbelt (see the Toolbelt Help File) or the TLI Pro 201 Web Page (see page 25) to upload this file to the touchpanel. TLI Pro 201 • Configuration Software 27 The Download Firmware page opens: Annotation Annotation Overview If desired, use GUI Designer to create a graphical annotation toolbar for the TLI Pro 201 (see the GUI Designer Help File). This allows allows a presenter to draw, write, or point in real-time over live video and graphics presentations. Figure 29. TLI Pro 201 Annotation User Interface Figure 29 shows a sample annotation user interface, with the Freehand, Eraser, Clear, and Pointer annotation tools. Other tools may be available, depending on how the annotation bar was configured. Local Annotation In a system with multiple TLI Pro 201 units, the annotations are shown only on the display attached to the TLI Pro 201 on which the annotations were made. In systems using local annotation, the TLI Pro 201 tool bar has access to a more limited set of tools that systems using remote annotation. The table on the following page shows the main differences between the local and remote annotation features of the TLI Pro 201. Remote Annotation If the system has multiple TLI Pro 201 units and an Extron Annotator 300, it can be configured to allow collaborative annotations, where annotations made on any of the interfaces can appear on all the other units. If an Annotator 300 is included in the system, the TLI Pro 201 tool bar also has access to additional tools. The table on the following page shows the main differences between the local and remote annotation features of the TLI Pro 201. TLI Pro 201 • Annotation 28 Differences between TLI Pro 201 Local and Remote Annotation Annotation Features TLI Pro 201 (Local Annotation) TLI Pro 201 with Annotator 300 (Remote Annotation) Toolbar GUI Designer Embedded OSD Drop shadow Always On On/Off Date/time stamp GUI Designer Y Annotation auto clear GCP/GS Input or Freq change Video outputs 1 2 Annotation Drawing Tools Pointer Y Y Freehand Y Y Line N Y Arrow N Y Rectangle N Y Ellipse N Y Text N Via USB keyboard Highlighter Y Y Eraser Y Y Annotation Drawing Tool Options Line weight 1 to 127px 1 to 63px Eraser and highlighter weight N 1 to 63px Eraser weight 1 to 127px N Highlighter weight 1 to 127px N Text size N 8 to 63pt Font customization N Y Colors 8 64 Fill N Y Annotation Editing Undo 15 15 Redo N 15 Clear Y Y Advanced Tools Capture N Flash/USB/Network IQC SW Recall N Flash/USB/Network IQC SW Freeze N Y Background Video Black White Video Black White Layer Management Annotation — — — Annotation Video mute Toolbar Cursor Spotlight N Y Zoom N Y Pan N Y TLI Pro 201 • Annotation 29 Mounting This section outlines the various options for mounting the TLI Pro 201. • Wall Mounting • Rack Mounting • Other Mounting Options Wall Mounting The compact design of the TLI Pro 201 allows discreet installation within a lectern or to the wall behind a flat panel display. See extron.com for a list of appropriate kits and follow the instructions included with the kit. Rack Mounting The TLI Pro 201 can be mounted on any Extron standard rack system (not provided). See extron.com for a list of appropriate kits and follow the instructions included with the kit and the guidelines listed below. Underwriters Laboratories Guidelines for Rack Mounting The following Underwriters Laboratories (UL) guidelines are relevant to the safe installation of these products in a rack: Elevated operating ambient temperature — If the unit is installed in a closed or multi-unit rack assembly, the operating ambient temperature of the rack environment may be greater than room ambient temperature. Therefore, install the equipment in an environment compatible with the maximum ambient temperature (Tma: +122 °F, +45 °C) specified by Extron. Reduced air flow — Install the equipment in the rack so that the equipment gets adequate air flow for safe operation. Mechanical loading — Mount the equipment in the rack so that uneven mechanical loading does not create a hazardous condition. Circuit overloading — Connect the equipment to the supply circuit and consider the effect that circuit overloading might have on overcurrent protection and supply wiring. Give appropriate consideration to the equipment nameplate ratings when addressing this concern. Reliable earthing (grounding) — Maintain reliable grounding of rack-mounted equipment. Pay particular attention to supply connections other than direct connections to the branch circuit (such as the use of power strips). Other Mounting Options A variety of optional mounting kits are available. See extron.com for a list of appropriate kits and follow the instructions included with the kit. TLI Pro 201 • Mounting 30 Reference MaterialThis section describes: • Network Port Requirements and Licensed Third-Party Software • Reset Modes • Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) Certificates • IEEE 802.1X Certificates Network Port Requirements and Licensed Third-Party Software For information about network port requirements and licensed third-party software for the touchpanels described in this guide, please refer to the Pro Series Control Product Network Ports and Licenses Guide, which is available at extron.com. Reset Modes The TLI Pro 201 has three reset modes that are initiated by pressing the Reset button: • Use Factory Firmware (see page 32) • Reset All IP Settings (see page 32) • Reset to Factory Defaults (see page 33) • Enable or Disable the DHCP Client (see page 33) The Reset button is found on the rear panel (see figure 5, B on page 10). TLI Pro 201 • Reference Material 31 Use Factory Firmware Purpose and Notes Use this mode to temporarily boot up the unit with factory installed firmware for a single power cycle in the event that a firmware update has failed or if incompatibility issues arise with user-loaded firmware. Activation To start the Use Factory Firmware reset mode and replace firmware: 1. Remove power to the TLI Pro 201. 2. On the TLI Pro 201, hold down the recessed Reset button while applying power to the unit. When power is restored, the Power LED lights. Hold the reset button for a further 2 seconds before releasing it. The TLI Pro 201 enters factory firmware mode. 3. Upload new firmware to the unit as desired (see Updating the Firmware on page 26). NOTE: Do not operate the interface firmware version that results from the reset. If you want to use the factory default firmware, you must upload that version again (see Updating the Firmware). Result The TLI Pro 201 reverts to the factory installed firmware. Event scripting does not start if the unit is powered on in this mode. All user files and settings such as drivers, adjustments, and IP settings are maintained. NOTE: To return the unit to the firmware version that was running prior to the reset, cycle power to the unit. Reset All IP Settings Purpose and Notes Reset All IP Settings mode enables you to reset IP settings to factory defaults. Activation To reset all IP settings: 1. Hold down the Reset button for about 6 seconds until the Power LED blinks twice (once at 3 seconds and again at 6 seconds). 2. Release and press Reset momentarily (for <1 second) within 1 second. Nothing happens if the momentary press does not occur within 1 second. Result Reset All IP Settings mode: • Sets the DHCP back to factory default (Off) • Sets the Hostname back to factory default (<Model name>-<last 3 octets of MAC>: TLI-Pro-201-AB-CD-EF) • Sets the IP address back to factory default (192.168.254.251) • Sets the Subnet Mask address back to factory default (255.255.255.0) • Sets the Gateway address back to the factory default (0.0.0.0) • Sets the DNS Primary address back to the factory default (127.0.0.1) • Sets the Domain name back to factory default (Blank) TLI Pro 201 • Reference Material 32 Reset to Factory Defaults Purpose and Notes Reset to Factory Defaults mode is useful if you want to start over with configuration and uploading. Activation To reset the unit to all factory default settings: 1. Hold down the Reset button for about 9 seconds until the Power LED blinks three times (once at 3 seconds, again at 6 seconds, and again at 9 seconds). 2. Release and press Reset momentarily (for <1 second) within 1 second. Nothing happens if the momentary press does not occur within 1 second. Result Reset to Factory Defaults mode performs a complete reset to factory defaults (except the firmware). • Does everything Reset All IP Settings mode does. • Removes TLI Pro 201 user interface layout and configurations • Reset all TLI Pro 201 settings to factory default • Resets passwords NOTES: • The factory configured passwords for all accounts on this device have been set to the device serial number. Passwords can be changed during configuration. They are case sensitive. • If the device is reset to default settings, the passwords are reset to the default password, which is extron (for either admin or user). Enable or Disable the DHCP Client This mode toggles between DHCP enabled and DHCP disabled. This can also be carried out from the Network screen of the Setup menu (see page 12) or the Network screen of Toolbelt (see the Toolbelt Help File at extron.com). Activation To enable or disable the DHCP client for the LAN port: 1. Press the Reset button five times (consecutively). 2. Release the button. Do not press the button within 3 seconds, following the fifth press. Result • If DHCP was enabled, it is now disabled. The Power LED blinks three times. • If DHCP was disabled, it is now enabled. The Power LED blinks six times. NOTES: • By default DHCP is off and the unit uses a static IP address. • When you disable DHCP, the unit reverts to using the previously-set static IP address. TLI Pro 201 • Reference Material 33 Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) Certificates Extron TouchLink Pro control systems ship with factory-installed SSL certificates created by Extron. If you want or are required to use a different SSL certificate at your installation site, then you can use system utilities in the Toolbelt software to change the SSL certificate at any time. The Toolbelt Help File provides instructions on how to apply an SSL certificate to a controller. NOTES: • You must run Toolbelt as an administrator. • Some certificates require a passphrase that is created when the certificate is created. If a passphrase is required, you must enter that passphrase before uploading and applying the certificate. These devices support standard OpenSSL certificate encodings such as .pem (Privacy- enhanced Electronic Mail) and .der (Distinguished Encoding Rules) file types. PEM file types are ASCII encoded and are the required format for uploading to the Extron control product. DER file types are binary encoded and can typically have several file extension variations, such as .crt and .cer. There are many standard tools that can convert from DER to PEM file encodings if needed. NOTE: A DER format file must be converted to PEM encoding before uploading it to the button panel, control processor, or collaboration receiver. To properly create the certificate for uploading to Extron control devices, ensure that the certificate file meets the following requirements: • contains X.509 certificate information • contains public and private keys • uses PEM encoding NOTE: ITU-T standard X.509 covers aspects of public key encryption, digital cryptography, certificates, and validation. Contact your IT administrator for more information on what tools and policies are required to obtain or create the SSL certificate and, if necessary, the corresponding passphrase. IEEE 802.1X Certificates IEEE 802.1X is a standard that enables port-based network access control via an authentication server. The protocol requires that all devices must be authenticated before gaining privileges to access the secure part of the network. The Extron implementation of 802.1X supports PEAP - MSCHAPV2 and EAP - TLS methods of authentication. This section of the guide details the Certificate File Requirements (see page 35) and the Private Key File Requirements (see page 35) to be used in the system. Extron provides resources for learning about 802.1X implementation: • The Extron 802.1X Technology Reference Guide, available from extron.com, is the primary resource for background information, system planning, topology, and how to set up these systems. • The Toolbelt Help File provides detailed step-by-step information on using the software to set up 802.1X for TouchLink Pro control systems and on troubleshooting. • The 802.1X Primer white paper, also available from extron.com, provides a general overview of the protocol and its use within a control system. NOTES: • You must run Toolbelt as an administrator. • Machine certificates require a private key file, which can be encrypted. TLI Pro 201 • Reference Material 34 Certificate File Requirements PEM (Privacy-enhanced Electronic Mail) file types are ASCII encoded, and they are the required format for 802.1X authentication for the TouchLink Pro control systems. DER (Distinguished Encoding Rules) file types are binary encoded and can typically have several file extension variations, such as .crt and .cer. NOTE: DER encoded files (files with .der, .crt, or .cer extensions that are encoded in DER binary format) must be converted to a PEM encoded file type (.pem) before being used for authentication. DER encoded certificates must be converted to PEM encoding using a third-party tool. Contact your IT administrator for more information on required tools. To create the 802.1X security certificate for uploading to Extron TouchLink Pro control systems, ensure that the certificate file meets the following requirements: • It contains X.509 certificate information. • It contains a private key (for machine certificates only). • It is PEM encoded. • It has a file extension that is .crt or .pem • Its file name consists of the following types of valid characters: • Alphanumerical (A-Z, a-z, 0-9) characters • Some special characters (colon [:], underscore [_], and hyphen [-]) NOTE: Spaces are not permitted anywhere in the name. Private Key File Requirements Private key files are required only when employing machine certificates. Follow these requirements for creating a private key: • Its file name consists of the following types of valid characters: • Alphanumerical (A-Z, a-z, 0-9) characters • Some special characters (colon [:], underscore [_], and hyphen [-]) • It has a file extension that is .key or .pem. • It can have optional encryption (via password or passphrase). TLI Pro 201 • Reference Material 35 Extron Warranty Extron warrants this product against defects in materials and workmanship for a period of three years from the date of purchase. In the event of malfunction during the warranty period attributable directly to faulty workmanship and/ or materials, Extron will, at its option, repair or replace said products or components, to whatever extent it shall deem necessary to restore said product to proper operating condition, provided that it is returned within the warranty period, with proof of purchase and description of malfunction to:

USA, Canada, South America, and Central America: Extron 1230 South Lewis Street Anaheim, CA 92805 U.S.A. Asia: Extron Asia Pte. Ltd. 135 Joo Seng Road, #04-01 PM Industrial Bldg. Singapore 368363 Singapore Japan: Extron Japan Kyodo Building, 16 Ichibancho Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-0082 Japan Japan: Extron Japan Kyodo Building, 16 Ichibancho Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-0082 Japan Europe: Extron Europe Hanzeboulevard 10 3825 PH Amersfoort The Netherlands China: Extron China 686 Ronghua Road Songjiang District Shanghai 201611 China Middle East: Extron Middle East Dubai Airport Free Zone F13, PO Box 293666 Dubai, United Arab Emirates Middle East: Extron Middle East Dubai Airport Free Zone F13, PO Box 293666 Dubai, United Arab Emirates Africa: Extron South Africa South Tower 160 Jan Smuts Avenue Rosebank 2196, South Africa

This Limited Warranty does not apply if the fault has been caused by misuse, improper handling care, electrical or mechanical abuse, abnormal operating conditions, or if modifications were made to the product that were not authorized by Extron. NOTE: If a product is defective, please call Extron and ask for an Application Engineer to receive an RA (Return Authorization) number. This will begin the repair process. USA: 714.491.1500 or 800.633.9876 Asia: 65.6383.4400 Europe: 31.33.453.4040 or 800.3987.6673 Japan: 81.3.3511.7655 Africa: 27.11.447.6162 Middle East: 971.4.299.1800 Units must be returned insured, with shipping charges prepaid. If not insured, you assume the risk of loss or damage during shipment. Returned units must include the serial number and a description of the problem, as well as the name of the person to contact in case there are any questions. Extron Electronics makes no further warranties either expressed or implied with respect to the product and its quality, performance, merchantability, or fitness for any particular use. In no event will Extron be liable for direct, indirect, or consequential damages resulting from any defect in this product even if Extron has been advised of such damage. Please note that laws vary from state to state and country to country, and that some provisions of this warranty may not apply to you.Worldwide Headquarters: Extron USA West, 1025 E. Ball Road, Anaheim, CA 92805, 800.633.9876


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